Healthcare in the United States is in need of a serious makeover, according to two experienced healthcare physician executives. If physicians aren’t properly motivated, the required changes will never come.

A simple number is buried in the esoteric byways of the U.S. healthcare  reimbursement system

Flash back to the end of 2008 and the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005. At 14-site Scottsdale Medical Imaging (SMIL) in Arizona, word comes down from the board of directors to senior management: Our shareholders are concerned. We’ve got to do something to stem the financial bleeding.

In opening direct communications with patients, radiologists have their work cut out for them

As margins shrink, enterprising radiology practices seek diversification strategies to secure their futures

On the cusp of ICD-10 implementation, close attention to last minute details will ensure a minimum of disruption

Despite the challenges, the embattled outpatient-imaging sector seeks growth and shelter in hospital alignment

When we look at the future of PET, we think of new biomarkers and applications. Is conventional FDG PET maxed out? Or is there room to improve now? No it is not, and yes there is, molecular imaging experts say.

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